We are happy to announce that Gavagai wins the prize to present in Davos 2018. The Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the founders of a Swedish Lunch in Davos have given the entrepreneurship prize to Gavagai. Lars Hamberg, CEO of Gavagai, is invited to Davos during the week of World Economic Forum to present their global vision to hundreds of global leaders. Motivation from the Jury ”Stockholm is a hub of tech-intensive companies and Gavagai is no exception. This company is clear example of how a Swedish tech-company answers a global question in a very scalable way. We are looking…
Gavagai now has an office in down town Palo Alto, at the Nordic Innovation House on 470 Ramona Street where you are welcome to book a meeting with us!
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The Gavagai Explorer provides instant operational insights in 46 languages. The web-based tool allows the user to perform qual-to-quant conversion and analysis of unstructured text data - such as answers to open-ended survey questions, customer reviews, online mentions, customer support tickets, and other customer interactions - without prior computer skills.
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